When I heard about this place, it seemed like it was going to be a tourist trap. You know, crew-ship type fake show and bad food? But it wasn't! Well, the crowd did look touristy, but the dancing was fantastic. The show was almost an hour long and the dancers and musicians were very talented! We got a nice range of dances, along with good explanations of what we were seeing. The food was delicious. Authentic, and really tasted home made. My seafood stew was delicious, and everyone enjoyed their main courses & salads. The assorted appetizers were the only 'miss' we encountered. The show started at 9, so we had dinner reservations for 7:15, which worked out great. We were done eating, and having coffee when the show began. I think reservations are a very good idea.
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